Join Sally Openshaw for a Professional Development Day to widen your knowledge and normalise the presence of erotic material in the therapy room. Sally will pay specific attention to your ability to stay present with your clients and look at the meaning behind the material in terms of relationship needs.
transference practice Countertransference in erotic psychotherapy
Love between therapist and patient: A review. Erotic transference. Find articles by Randon Welton. This book will be invaluable to practitioners and students of psychotherapy, psychoanalysis, analytical psychology and counselling. How would you conceptualize the dilemmas in this psychotherapy and the therapeutic relationship?
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Old scapes, new maps. In this work, Freud classified transference both as positive and negative. Transference: erotized, erotic, loving, affectionate. In many circumstances a therapist will continue working with a client even when they feel activate by sexual feelings towards them.